tired of this site  

rm_davidmarsh 61M/50F
2 posts
2/19/2006 9:33 pm

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3/20/2006 1:12 pm

tired of this site

we have been on this site for 3 years and can count the number of people we have met on one hand - we have found that the majority of people here are non-participants who seem to get whatever gratification they need from looking and pretending to be swingers...we have religiously for this period of time logged on and contacted hundreds of couples and singles...and few have actually progressed to an actual meting...even the single guys are chicken shits when it comes down to actually meeting...soo we are thinking of starting our own web site...a site with people that have been screned for authenticity and actual participation...each member will be checked out to verify age and other vital statistics such as height and weight..and there will be a complaint factor which will allow mwmbers to report others who fail to meet as aranged...those receiving too many complaints will be dropped...sooooo - please tell us what you think of this idea - and if you have any suggestions we would be pleased to hear them...

luverslookin4fun 58M/46F

2/19/2006 11:01 pm

that would be awesome. Let us know when you plan to do this.

rm_JAMSF 54M
2 posts
3/10/2006 9:28 am

It's a good idea. But it wouldn't be easy. You would run into three problems. The first is the male-female relationship. See observations in my BLOG: "The statistics of meeting for sex". You would end up with too many men. You might avoid this by requiring that every male be sponsored by a female. You would still run into problems. For instance, guys who get female friends to sponsor them and then don't participate. You would have to think about it carefully.

And then there's the cost. It's expensive to run a business. Consider about US$150,000/year/employee when all is over and done. It is time consuming to authenticate and monitor activities. Also, this site alone is a pretty big barrier to entry. It would be tough for you to advertise and get linked out on the web as much as this site (Google, for instance, prioritizes by the number of people connected to a site. This is a big barrier to entry in a net business.)

Third, there are the rules. You would need an arbitration board to handle all the abuses. Can two couples set up somebody and get them kicked out? No matter whether it was good or bad, right or wrong, you'll get lawyered out of business if you don't handle the situation correctly. (You can tell I'm from the U.S. with a comment like that.)

All that aside, you've got the right idea. I wonder though if a members-only club wouldn't work better. There are laws in most of the U.S. against prostitution, for instance, but I wonder if it's against the law to have a private club where people meet, maybe head out for entertainment...and maybe engage in sex. Maybe that already exists around here and I'm too naive to know it.

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